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Old 04-19-2017, 07:27 PM   #26601
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

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I was reimbursed $91 of a $106 differential. I can live with a $6-$7 BTC price discrepancy. You won't hear this often, but thanks for being respectable Ignition.
+1 for for Good Guy Igntion.

Was refunded $80
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Old 04-19-2017, 07:28 PM   #26602
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Only half the amount that was missing.


You seem to have quite a few emails
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Old 04-19-2017, 10:20 PM   #26603
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lol yes, years of unchecked spam. Half of them are probably "Caesars entertainment: MUST SEE BRITNEY SPEARS NOW OMG!"
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Old 04-19-2017, 11:14 PM   #26604
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They reimbursed me for the last cashout but still owe me a bunch of money from previous withdrawals.

Looks like calling them out on their bull**** worked. I've never been more proud.
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Old 04-19-2017, 11:52 PM   #26605
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OK, so my Ignition payout check was flagged and returned from the bank. I sent Ignition a copy of the check and letter from my bank a week ago. First they told me it would take 24-48 hours to look into the matter. Now they are not responding at all. Bovada did this to me awhile back and simply sent me an atm card and then loaded it with my payout. Anyone know if Ignition can do this?
Check my post from about a week ago, same thing happened to me.
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Old 04-20-2017, 01:42 AM   #26606
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

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Get used to the sweeping changes to Ignition (for the worst) as it was recently purchased by a company in Hong Kong.
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Sources please? Is that only ignition or bovada/bodog as well?
It's somewhat old news now:

http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/28...twork-1652556/

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They have been spotted doing several shady practices in a very short amount of time.
Kind of getting off-topic here - there's a network discussion thread that would be better suited for this.
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Old 04-20-2017, 11:11 PM   #26607
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

BTC
requested: 4/19 8:41pm
received message indicating it would be ~48 hours until withdrawal could be reviewed.

4/20 2:27pm: received email that my withdrawal was processed, and it could take up to 15 minutes to show up.

4/20 2:32pm: received BTC
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Old 04-21-2017, 01:33 PM   #26608
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

Guys,
What are some of the top bitcoin exchanges for us Americans to use?
With coin base increasing its fees, I heard Gemini has no fees but it's not available in my state yet.
How much does BitPay take if I say withdraw 8k to my card and just use it as a debit card?
Thanks in advance!
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Old 04-21-2017, 02:29 PM   #26609
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

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Guys,
What are some of the top bitcoin exchanges for us Americans to use?
With coin base increasing its fees, I heard Gemini has no fees but it's not available in my state yet.
How much does BitPay take if I say withdraw 8k to my card and just use it as a debit card?
Thanks in advance!
GDAX, which is connected to Coinbase. No fee for withdrawing.
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Old 04-21-2017, 06:13 PM   #26610
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Guys,
What are some of the top bitcoin exchanges for us Americans to use?
With coin base increasing its fees, I heard Gemini has no fees but it's not available in my state yet.
How much does BitPay take if I say withdraw 8k to my card and just use it as a debit card?
Thanks in advance!


There is no fee with bitpay besides the cost of the card.
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Old 04-21-2017, 08:59 PM   #26611
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Thanks guys!
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:17 PM   #26612
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There is no fee with bitpay besides the cost of the card.
ATM + bitpay card fee ~$5 for ATM withdrawal. No fee on cash back w/ store (Walmart) purchase.
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Old Yesterday, 12:00 PM   #26613
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

Made my first withdrawal (BTC) request from Ignition yesterday. I immediately received the 48 hour system generated email, but have yet to receive anything else. Does anybody know if the first withdrawal takes longer than the rest?

I saw someone ask about payment processing. I use blockchain wallet --> BitPay card. Xfer's from wallet are almost instant and BitPay has an awesome fee structure. I think I paid $9.99 for the card and it arrived in a week.

https://help.bitpay.com/bitpay-card/...-use-this-card
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Old Yesterday, 03:47 PM   #26614
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Made my first withdrawal (BTC) request from Ignition yesterday. I immediately received the 48 hour system generated email, but have yet to receive anything else. Does anybody know if the first withdrawal takes longer than the rest?

I saw someone ask about payment processing. I use blockchain wallet --> BitPay card. Xfer's from wallet are almost instant and BitPay has an awesome fee structure. I think I paid $9.99 for the card and it arrived in a week.

https://help.bitpay.com/bitpay-card/...-use-this-card
Yes, the first one probably takes longer. Honestly ignition/bodog and their sister gambling sites put ppl thru the ringer sometimes with verification and crazy questions. All that usually gets triggered when a withdrawal is issued.



I had a question, I see it says you can get a bitcoin payout once every 3 days. I was wondering when I can request my next withdraw. Do you think it is 3 days from the last one you requested, or is 3 days from when the last one was processed? Also what happens when you ask for a payout and it is still within that 3 days. Do they just wait and it will be instantly added to the queue when its eligible, or will it create problems? thanks guys
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Old Yesterday, 04:03 PM   #26615
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Yes, the first one probably takes longer. Honestly ignition/bodog and their sister gambling sites put ppl thru the ringer sometimes with verification and crazy questions. All that usually gets triggered when a withdrawal is issued.



I had a question, I see it says you can get a bitcoin payout once every 3 days. I was wondering when I can request my next withdraw. Do you think it is 3 days from the last one you requested, or is 3 days from when the last one was processed? Also what happens when you ask for a payout and it is still within that 3 days. Do they just wait and it will be instantly added to the queue when its eligible, or will it create problems? thanks guys
Withdrawal was JUST processed. So just over 24hrs on my FIRST withdrawal. Pretty sharp, and glad I didn't get put threw the ringer.

Good question. I don't want to make any assumptions, but I don't ever see myself needing less than 3 days time between withdrawals.
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Old Yesterday, 05:34 PM   #26616
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

not an US player, but I requested a 9500 USD cashout via bitcoin, and they told me they will release 1k each week, meaning I will receive my money on 10 weeks.

normal procedure there?
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Old Yesterday, 05:53 PM   #26617
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not an US player, but I requested a 9500 USD cashout via bitcoin, and they told me they will release 1k each week, meaning I will receive my money on 10 weeks.

normal procedure there?
I would say no not at all, i havent casheed that much out before, but ive read ppl easily cash out that in one transaction. They used to do stuff like that with checks in increments of 3k..but btc no..thats very weird. was it poker, casino or which site etc..and what country you in?
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Old Yesterday, 05:54 PM   #26618
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poker, I live in Brazil
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Old Yesterday, 06:12 PM   #26619
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That seems weird, not sure why they would do that. I know of other latin american countries on bodog, that dont have that 1k restriction. seems weird to me. I would ask other brazilians
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Old Today, 12:56 PM   #26620
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Re: Bodog (Bovada/Ignition) payout thread for US players (DO NOT post bank names)

I just setup a blockchain and Coinbase account. Waiting for the two back account deposits to verify.

Under 'Accounts' on one of them (pretty sure Coinbase) there are 3 accounts listed. The first is BTC and the second is something like ETH. What is that?

The third is some other kind of BTC account that still shows as unverified.

I assume I'll just use the first BTC wallet listed for my withdrawals?
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